O Panneerselvam requested the Centre to release funds under the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana in a pre-Budget meet chaired by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in New Delhi.
An hour-long meeting between Governor Banwarilal Purohit and Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Wednesday evening, raised eyebrows of many.
Party top brass threatens disciplinary action on those violating diktat
Amid calls for single leadership, AIADMK says status quo will be maintained, warns party officials against speaking to media
Recently, Madurai MLA V V Rajan Chellappa voiced support for a single leader for the AIADMK and reviving the post of General Secretary which ruffled feathers in the party.
The meeting, convened for the first time since the Lok Sabha elections, is likely to discuss the poll debacle and recent developments.
Several leaders are of opinion that the party should revert to single leadership system for quicker decision-making and efficient management of affairs
AIADMK MLA V V Rajan Chellappa remarks come in the backdrop of the party's dismal performance in Lok Sabha polls.
Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam on Tuesday extended Eid-Ul-Fitr greetings.
The Narendra Modi Government 2.0 is yet to take charge at the Centre and the council of ministers has not yet been announced.
The nine seats that the party won in the bypolls added to AIADMK's kitty of 114 MLAs in the 234-member House, giving it a comfortable majority.
True followers of MGR and Amma should return to the AIADMK without wasting anymore time with AMMK,” Jayakumar said.
Both leaders have, without naming the AMMK, renewed their earlier appeal to those who had 'drifted away' from the party due to the 'illusions created by selfish individuals.'
As campaigning ends, EPS urges voters to give their stamp of approval to his govt
In the final appeal ahead of bypolls CM Palaniswami and his deputy Panneerselvam recall their ‘good governance’
Later, the highly respected 94-year-old politician said deputy chief minister O Panneerselvam assured that he would look into the issue.